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TikTok’s new Q&A feature lets creators respond to fan questions using text or video

TikTok is testing a new video Q&A feature that allows creators to more directly respond to their audience’s questions with either text or video answers, the company confirmed to TechCrunch. The feature works across both video and livestreams (TikTok LIVE), but is currently only available to select creators who have opted into the test, we understand. Q&A’s have become a top way creators engage fans on social media, and have proven to be particularly popular in places like Instagram Stories and i...
Tags: Social, Apps, Video, Social Media, Tech, Q&a, Matt Navarra, Instagram Stories, Tiktok


A brain science expert shares his 30-second exercise to jumpstart your creative thinking at work

You may seem creative if you suggest doing something that breaks the mold, writes Moran Cerf. Eva-Katalin/Getty Images Moran Cerf, 42, is a professor of neuroscience and business at Kellogg School of Management and Northwestern University and the Alfred P. Sloan professor at the American Film Institute. Every week, he receives questions about the brain, psychology, business, and behavior via email from people who attend his talks; below are his answers to two recent questions. In today's c...
Tags: Psychology, Science, Trends, Strategy, Neuroscience, Creativity, REM, Q&a, Nordic, Northwestern University, Rapid Eye Movement REM, Kellogg School of Management, Alfred P Sloan, Deirdre Barrett, Moran Cerf, Contributor 2019


Q&A Sessions: ‘I’ll never vote ANC again’ — Ndileka Mandela

Ndileka Mandela, the first grandchild of Nelson Mandela, talks about her passion for rural development and that Covid-19 corruption and state capture evidence means she won’t make her X next to the ANC. The post Q&A Sessions: ‘I’ll never vote ANC again’ — Ndileka Mandela appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Corruption, Nelson Mandela, National, Q&a, ANC, Ndileka Mandela, Q&A Sessions, Evelyn Mase, Zondo Commission, Coronavirus, Subs-only, Cofimvaba, Orlando East, Thembekile Mandela Foundation




Wired's "Tech Support" video series

I really like a number of the YouTube series that Wired produces. One that I just discovered is called "Tech Support." But the support these techs render is not about computers. It's support for subjects as diverse as D&D to screenwriting to brain science. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Education, Youtube, Aaron Sorkin, Neuroscience, Wired, Dungeons & Dragons, Q&a


Troy Carter and Suzy Ryoo’s music tech startup Q&A launches software group, Venice Innovation Labs

Q&A, a startup developing tech for the music industry co-founded by industry insiders Troy Carter (Lady Gaga’s first manager) and Suzy Ryoo (Carter’s longtime collaborator), has launched a new suite of software products through a division called Venice Innovation Labs. The new tools are designed to help record labels beta test songs, manage artists, and distribute music easily and efficiently, the company said in a statement. The first releases from the new division are StreamRate, which provide...
Tags: TC, UK, Tech, Music Industry, United Kingdom, President, Lady Gaga, Venice, North America, Q&a, Troy Carter, Record Label, MATT OTT, Troy Carter Lady Gaga, Suzy Ryoo, Venice Innovation Labs




The Fox News Decision Desk director explained how races will be called on election night

The News Corp. building on 6th Avenue, home to Fox News, the New York Post and the Wall Street Journal, on March 20, 2019 in New York City, New York. Kevin Hagen/Getty Images Fox News rolled out a new methodology for calling elections ahead of the 2018 midterms, and the man at the helm told Insider before the election that the network would be much better equipped to deal with mail-in votes in 2020 compared to other models. Arnon Mishkin, director of the Fox News Decision Desk, did a Q&A w...
Tags: Politics, White House, Trends, Joe Biden, Ap, Fox, Arizona, Fox News, Associated Press, University Of Chicago, News Corp, Wall Street Journal, Q&a, Election 2020, John Roberts, New York City New York


The Fox News Decision Desk director explains how races will be called on election night

A bust of Bart Simpson outside of Fox News headquarters in Midtown Manhattan. Kevin Hagen/Getty Images Fox News rolled out a new methodology for calling elections ahead of the 2018 midterms, and the man at the helm says it will be much better equipped to deal with mail-in votes in 2020 compared to other models. Arnon Mishkin, director of the Fox News Decision Desk, did a Q&A with Insider to discuss the challenges of calling an election on live TV like the American public has become accusto...
Tags: Politics, Trends, Joe Biden, Ap, Fox, Fox News, Associated Press, University Of Chicago, Donald Trump, Q&a, Election 2020, Midtown Manhattan, Bart Simpson, Mail-in Voting, NEP, 2020 Election


Q&A Sessions: ‘Each generation must open doors for the next’ — Desiree Ellis

Desiree Ellis has a deep understanding of the development of women’s football in South Africa. The Banyana Banyana head coach talks to Luke Feltham about how the women’s game has changed over her 40-year career The post Q&A Sessions: ‘Each generation must open doors for the next’ — Desiree Ellis appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Football, Sport, South Africa, World Cup, Olympic Games, Coaching, Q&a, AFCON, Banyana Banyana, Top Six, Luke Feltham, Desiree Ellis, Janine van Wyk, Linda Motlhalo, Thembi Kgatlana, Leandra Smeda


What To Say When You Don’t Know the Answer

“I don’t know” is one of the scariest phrases in the English language. Especially if you have to say it in front of a crowd. But chances are, if you present often, you’ll eventually be asked a question to which you don’t have an answer. And it can be embarrassing. But it doesn’t have to be if you handle it well. Here are some strategies for dealing with those tough situations. Don’t Fake an Answer If you were to lie to your audience, chances are, most of them wouldn’t be able to tell. Study a...
Tags: Expertise, Speaking, Presentation Hacks, Q & A, Answering Questions, Don't Know Answer, Responsible Knowledge, Laura Zimmerman


Making Explainer Videos For Global Clients: An Interview With Alex Safavinia

Explainer videos have gained popularity over the years as more and more businesses turn to video marketing techniques to introduce their brands and solutions. These short videos are effective in… Read more » The post Making Explainer Videos For Global Clients: An Interview With Alex Safavinia appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Interview, Marketing, Q&a, Video Marketing, Info Tech, Explainer Video, Alex Safavinia


Homebase, a Collective of TikTok Creators, Launched by Q&A and Human Re Sources

The Q&A and Human Re Sources team has launched Homebase, which it describes as a “virtual collective of global creators on TikTok.” According to the announcement, “Homebase seeks to foster community digitally, while uplifting a global group of TikTok creators to take their hustle to the next level.” As a part of the launch, TikTok […]
Tags: News, Q&a, Homebase


A Twitter DM and the promise of money: An American Putin critic tells us how they became an unwitting tool of a Russian state influence operation

Russia's President Vladimir Putin takes part in a video conference call with health workers at the Novo-Ogaryovo state residence outside Moscow, Russia, on June 20, 2020. Sputnik/Aleksey Nikolskyi/Kremlin via REUTERS Facebook announced on Tuesday it had uncovered an operation on its site linked to Russian's Internet Research Agency, which interfered in the 2016 US election to help elect President Donald Trump.The target audience of the operation, called Peace Data, was "Democratic Socia...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Politics, UK, England, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, US, Trends, United States, Davis, Belarus, US Senate, Ira


'It is about China': foreign relations bill lambasted as 'complete overkill' on Q+A

Former Western Australia premier Colin Barnett calls legislation ‘patronising’The former premier of Western Australia Colin Barnett has blasted the federal government’s proposed foreign relations bill as “complete overkill”.Appearing on the ABC’s Q+A on Monday night, the former WA Liberal leader was asked about the intention of the legislation to be considered by parliament, which would give the federal government power to veto agreements that state and local governments and universities enter i...
Tags: Abc, China, Australia news, Asia Pacific, Australian politics, Western Australia, Australian Universities, Colin Barnett, WA Liberal, Australian foreign policy, Q+A


John Carpenter Masterclass: The Future of Horror, Changing Careers, and More [Fantasia Film Festival]

John Carpenter has never been one to mince words. A film legend in the eyes of many and a deity in the eyes of horror fans, the Escape From New York director has a reputation for telling it like it is, no matter how hard his punches land. Claiming most horror movies are bad. Saying his favorite part of filming The Fog was being done with it. Telling up-and-coming filmmakers that the best advice he can give them is to take a good, hard look in the mirror and ask themselves whether or not they re...
Tags: New York, Movies, Greece, Horror, Superman, Peter Cushing, San Francisco, Features, Green, David, Justice League, John, Quentin Tarantino, Henry Cavill, Chevy Chase, Jeff Bridges


Q+A: 'catastrophic' Covid-19 outbreaks in aged care could have been prevented, doctors say

Labor MP Ged Kearney, whose father-in-law died of Covid-19, tells ABC audience that ‘the Morrison government has failed aged care’The deaths and Covid-19 outbreaks in Victoria’s private aged care “could have been prevented 10 years ago”, according to doctors on the frontline.On Monday, the ABC’s Q+A program heard from Melbourne resident Spiro Vasilakis, whose mother Maria died in St Basil’s aged care facility, and Christine Golding, whose mother was evacuated from St Basil’s to hospital. Continu...
Tags: Health, Labor, Abc, Australia news, Australian politics, Australian media, Victoria, Melbourne, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Maria, Morrison, St Basil, Ged Kearney, Aged Care, Coronavirus outbreak, Q+A


We Asked Creed From The Office To Pick The Song Of The Summer

If you know anything about Creed Bratton, you know he's lived many lives. Most of us, of course, got to know him as the oddball scene-stealer on The Office. Bratton began as a background supporting character, playing a bizarro fictionalized version of himself. His character came close to being written off in the second season, … More »
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, The Office, Lady Gaga, Drake, Q&a, The Weeknd, Gus Dapperton, Bratton, Dua Lipa, Creed Bratton, Doja Cat, Lil Mosey, Megan Thee Stallion, Benee


Illuminati Hotties Break Free

At any point during 2018 or 2019, do you remember thinking, man, it doesn’t get any better than this? "It feels weird to be nostalgic for anything that happened post-2016," Sarah Tudzin jokes, but even if every year is indeed "the worst one ever, until the next one," at least the … More »
Tags: Music, Q&a, Illuminati Hotties, Sarah Tudzin, Illuminati Hotties Break Free


Q+A: Brooke Boney 'completely heartbroken' over Pauline Hanson's public housing comments

Today show reporter and Gamilaroi woman says she’s happy the One Nation leader had been dumped by Today and called her remarks ‘disgusting’Today show entertainment reporter Brooke Boney has said she was “completely heartbroken” by One Nation leader Pauline Hanson’s comments on the Today show about Melbourne residents in public housing put into lockdown.Nine’s Today show dropped Hanson as a “regular contributor” on Monday, after she described residents of public housing in Melbourne who are locke...
Tags: Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Australian media, Welfare, Australian television, Victoria, Labor party, Melbourne, Liberal party, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Christopher Pyne, Nine Entertainment, Hanson, Pauline Hanson, One Nation


Meet The Pop Songwriter Behind Those Earworms In Netflix’s Eurovision

Anyone who has ever seen the Eurovision Song Contest knows that it’s a spectacle like no other. Between the elaborate special effects, outlandish costumes, and dramatic ballads and upbeat pop songs peppered with awkwardly translated English lyrics, the long-running European institution is ripe for parody. Eurovision Song … More »
Tags: Music, Netflix, Demi Lovato, Rachel Mcadams, Will Ferrell, Eurovision, Eurovision Song Contest, Q&a, Savan Kotecha


Q+A host Virginia Trioli rebukes arts minister over ABC funding cuts

Paul Fletcher grilled on the lack of support for women in government stimulus spendingFifty minutes into Monday night’s Q+A, fill-in host Virginia Trioli said what viewers of the long-running panel show have been shouting in the privacy of their living rooms every Monday night for the past decade: “Can I take you to the question? The long dissertations are just chewing up time.”The recipient of her rebuke was the arts minister, Paul Fletcher, who was invited on the panel to explain the federal g...
Tags: Abc, Australia news, Culture, Australian politics, Australian media, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Paul Fletcher, Q+A, Virginia Trioli


My mountain playlist: Charlie Guest’s top tracks to get pumped for the slopes

Looking for music to bring the mountains to you? We caught up with Olympic skier and GB Snowsport Ambassador Charlie Guest, to find out what she’s listening to in lockdown. ‘My favourite playlist to remind me of the mountains is the soundtrack to Warren Miller’s 2018 film, Face of Winter. Charlie Guest I’ve been watching Warren’s movies for as long as I can remember with my family, but the 2018 one is something special to me. I went to watch the film with my parents and sist...
Tags: Music, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Sport, Soundtrack, Skiing, Warren, Song, Q&a, Playlist, Lizzo, Charlie, Warren Miller, Charlie Guest, Lockdown, Quarantine


Coronavirus Australia live: Covidsafe phone app legislation passes lower house – as it happened

The bill moves to the Senate as Josh Frydenberg gets tested for coronavirus due to coughing fit during question time and eight more cases detected at Cedar Meats. This blog is now closed Sign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 12.50pm BST 12.05pm BST We’ll be closing the liveblog for today. Thanks for reading along – we’ll be back t...
Tags: Health, Australia, Senate, Spain, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Italy, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland politics, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Labor party


Coronavirus Australia live update: Covidsafe phone app legislation passes lower house – latest news

The bill moves to the Senate as Josh Frydenberg gets tested for coronavirus due to coughing fit during question time and eight more cases detected at Cedar Meats. Follow the latest news liveSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 11.24am BST Labor and the Greens are pressuring the government to reform jobseeker to include universities an...
Tags: Health, Australia, Senate, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, House Of Representatives, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland politics, United Arab Emirates, Qantas, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria


Coronavirus Australia live update: Marise Payne not consulted before George Christensen moved to 'summons' Chinese ambassador – latest news

Treasurer says in statement in lieu of the federal budget: ‘There is no money tree. What we borrow today we must repay in the future.’ Follow the latest news liveSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 9.04am BST Victoria has announced 17 new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, including eight at the Cedar Meats abattoir.That means t...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland politics, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Labor party, Liberal party, Sky News, Australian education


Coronavirus Australia live update: treasurer delivers 'sobering' economic update – latest news

Josh Frydenberg says in statement in lieu of the federal budget: ‘There is no money tree. What we borrow today we must repay in the future.’ Follow the latest news liveSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 4.24am BST Over in the chamber, Christian Porter has entered the legislation needed for the Covid tracing app. 4.24am BST Quee...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland politics, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Labor party, Liberal party, Australian education, Daniel Andrews


Coronavirus Australia live update: parliament resumes as Victoria details plans to reopen schools – latest news

Daniel Andrews says Victorian schools to start returning from 26 May; NSW records no new cases of Covid-19 and Josh Frydenberg to deliver an economic statement in lieu of the federal budget. Follow the latest news liveSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 1.25am BST There is no news as yet on whether parliament will sit, as originally ...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland politics, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Labor party, Liberal party, Australian education, Daniel Andrews


Coronavirus Australia live update: Victoria premier Daniel Andrews details plans to reopen schools – latest news

Victorian schools to start returning from 26 May; NSW records no new cases of Covid-19 and Josh Frydenberg to deliver an economic statement in lieu of the federal budget which has been postponed to October due to Covid-19. Follow the latest news liveSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statistics 11.23pm BST Anthony Albanese is asked about the A...
Tags: Health, Abc, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Coalition, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Queensland politics, Victorian politics, New South Wales politics, Victoria, Liberal party, Daniel Andrews, Alan Jones